Immigration Appeal a success and family reunited!

Dearest Mrs. Katherine:

I am so happy and glad to hear about the IAD decision, that the panel has made.

Me and my wife we would like to thank you so much for all the hard work you have done for us, from the preparation of the case to the wonderful work you did in court and all the work you have done afterwards until the panel has made the decision to allow the appeal and set aside the removal order.

After we have lived five years apart in two different countries, you helped us through your guidance setting aside the removal order and bringing hope into our lives to reunify our smallfamily soon in the near future.  Without the wonderful work you have done, we could have lost that hope facing tremendous hardship in the future for us and our child.

We truly appreciate, and are grateful for all that you have done for us. With your help and effort everything was resolved.

With much gratitude,

Rachid and Essma

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About Rizwan jiwan

Fadi is a graduate of the University of Toronto and the University of Toledo College of Law. He is called to the New York State Bar and is registered as a Foreign Legal Consultant with the Law Society of Upper Canada. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and is currently serving as the Media Liaison for the Canadian Chapter of AILA. Fadi has extensive experience in US immigration matters and is the firm’s lead in the area of US immigration. He is specialized in corporate and family immigration, as well as issues dealing with US inadmissibility.

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